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Linton on Ouse observations map - Met Office

temperature Fylingdales 4.5 °C Lowest minimum temperature Bainbridge -4.1 °C Highest rainfall Fylingdales 3.0 mm Sunniest Leeming 8.2 hours UK extremes Parameter Location Value Highest maximum temperature Plymouth 11.2 °C Lowest maximum temperature Loch Glascarnoch 3.9 °C Lowest minimum temperature

Highest Wind Speed 13 February 1989

on 13th February 1989. Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 13.6 °C at Exmouth (Devon) Lowest Minimum Temperature -1.6 °C at Fylingdales (North Yorkshire) Most Rainfall 30.9 mm at Aviemore (Highland) Most Sunshine 5.6 hours at Cardiff, Bute Park (South Glamorgan) National Meteorological

heavy-rainfall-early-september-2008---met-office.pdf

Yorkshire 6.5 46.8 19.8 73.1 <10 116 Blencathra, Cumbria 2.9 48.0 21.2 72.1 <10 53 Shawbury, Shropshire 11.8 39.2 13.2 64.2 <10 106 Fylingdales, N Yorkshire N/A 60.1 2.4 62.5 - 77 Boulmer, Northumberland 0 30.6 31.4 62.0 <10 117 Rhyl, Denbighshire 12.4 48.8 0.4 61.6 <10 83 Velindre, Powys 19.1 39.5 2.1

strong-winds-10-12-march-2008---met-office.pdf

was recorded at Valley (Anglesey). Lowest pressure over England was 957.1 hPa at Shobdon Airfield (Herefordshire) at 1300 UTC. This was the lowest pressure over England since 30 October 2000, when 951.2 hPa was recorded at Fylingdales (North Yorkshire). Station (height in metres) Needles Old Battery (Isle

uk_synop_station_list.pdf

ON OUSE 14 54.04521 -1.25114 ENG 1958 03275 LOFTUS 158 54.56284 -0.86353 ENG 1996 03281 FYLINGDALES 262 54.35873 -0.67166 ENG 1961 03292 BRIDLINGTON MRSC 15 54.09397 -0.17585 ENG 1987 03301 MONA 60 53.26051 -4.37599 WAL 2009 03302 VALLEY 10 53.25262 -4.53639 WAL 1930 03305 CAPEL CURIG NO 3 216 53.09416

uk_monthly_climate_summary_201805.pdf

during the 16th, followed by brighter but cooler weather with a maximum of only 9.0 °C at Fylingdales (North Yorkshire). Following a frosty start in some northern parts, the 17th was a sunny day but cool near eastern coasts. 18th to 24th High pressure and easterly winds brought mostly warm and sunny

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). There was 31.2 mm of rain at Fylingdales (North Yorkshire) on the 8th, and at Malham Tarn (also North Yorkshire) the maximum temperature was only 5.7 °C. Southern areas were brighter at times on both the 8th and 9th but with some thundery showers. 10th to 16th Pressure slowly built across the country

NCIC Monthly Summary

to average in southernmost counties. 1st to 10th An area of low pressure brought cloudy weather with showers and longer spells of rain on the 1st and 2nd, just occasional sunny interludes, with some thunderstorms in the south-east early afternoon on the 2nd. Fylingdales (North Yorkshire) had

uk_monthly_climate_summary_201806.pdf

but cooler in the east with frequent low cloud near the east coast. The 1st was cloudy for most with thundery showers developing in places, especially in the north and south-west. Thundery showers and longer spells of rain affected the north and east on the 2nd with 33.6 mm of rain at Fylingdales (North

NCIC Monthly Summary

spells of rain on the 1st and 2nd, just occasional sunny interludes, with some thunderstorms in the south-east early afternoon on the 2nd. Fylingdales (North Yorkshire) had a maximum of just 11.6 °C on the 2nd. Fronts brought rain at times, especially to the north, on the 3rd and 4th; on the 3rd

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